Hugo Chavez Surgery in Cuba


Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who was in Cuba after undergoing emergency surgery, is in "critical" but stable, according to El Nuevo Herald in Miami on Saturday (06/25/2011), quoting U.S. intelligence sources.
Chavez's government has declared he underwent a pelvic abscess surgery on June 10 and his condition improved; the president's brother has told Venezuela's official media that Chavez would return to Caracas within two weeks.

However, the Venezuelan government has not discussed the details of the condition of Chavez. And members of the opposition getting in Caracas, while many people argue in accordance with the constitution if the Hugo Chavez ordered from abroad.

El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish-speaking, quoting U.S. intelligence sources who did not want to mention who they are and refuse to comment on rumors Hugo Chavez may be undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.

But one source, quoted by El Nuevo Herald, Saturday (25/06/2011), said that Hugo Chavez "was in critical condition, not on the verge of death, but the condition is critical and complicated".

The same source said Chavez's daughter, Rosines, and his mother, Marisabel Rodriguez, recently rushed up the presidential plane to Cuba, the report said.

"They brought her daughter Marisabel and urgently," said one source. "It happened 72 hours ago."

After nearly two weeks of inactivity, Hugo Chavez wrote on the Twitter account on Friday (23/06/2011), without discussing the controversy about the existence abroad to undergo restoration in Cuba.

"Good morning to all (my followers on Twitter). This Day Army, and the sun was shining brightly. I send a big hug to beloved tentaraku and my people," said Chavez (@ chavezcandanga) in the micro-blogging service.

The leftist leader was hospitalized on June 10 in Havana, the main regional ally, because of what officials say is a pelvic abscess surgery, but he later did not appear for quite some time.

Officials in Caracas Chavez insists (56) recovered well and continue to issue instructions from Cuba, and follow the developments in Venezuela.

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